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Science Fiction Personification Poems

These Science Fiction Personification poems are examples of poetry about Science Fiction Personification. These are the best examples of Personification Science Fiction poems written by international poets.


The Multiverse Theory
“She began her journey in the search of truth,
Stumbled upon a thought that changed her in entirety,
Drunk at 4AM, driving at 125Km/h she saw a...

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Categories: absence, adventure, light, longing,



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There is a God of the Universe parallel that is and I call 
her freedom ‘Come into my space’ she seems...

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Categories: god, universe,

JUXTAPOSED
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"Sky's eyebrows
white on blue
juxtaposed...
tears wave to
wash away
pain on cue"
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~JSLambert © 2012 Poet TreeZ Publishing...

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Categories: art, faith, happiness, health,

SERIAL EVIL PERPETUATED
BENEVOLENT HIS CHARMS
PROMISING NO HARM
SEARCHING FOR HIS LAMB
DEATH IN HIS GRIPPING KISS

SLANDERER OF SOULS
SCYTHE AT HIS SIDE
REAPING WHAT IS YET TO BE SOWN
DRAGGING IT DOWN...

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Categories: fantasy, fear, people, science

Premium Member Barnabas Collins



They visit me here though they think me dead
They all think me a long time gone
The mausoleum is quiet, with only a dark shadow 
Creeping...

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Categories: character, dark, dedication, depression,

Link
Traveling through the galaxies of many and more,
I come up under a Star I have never seen before.
 
It had light brighter than anything I’ve...

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© Ann Rich  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adventure, allegory, dedication, devotion,

the Last word of a hunter(II)
The forest might not be mine,
But in my dreams i still cross that line.
my memories cant be forgotten
as i picture animals getting rotten.
I still want...

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© Amin Tres  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animals, history, imagination, inspirational,



the last word of hunter
As I seize from greener pasture
Forgive me for taking away nature
lives have always been in vain
stopping them from breathing with pain
I toil never to hold...

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© Amin Tres  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imagination, places, science, science